Subhadra Kumari Chauhan is an Indian poetess and also a freedom fighter. She was born in Uttar Pradesh, India on 16th August 1904 and known as motivational poetess of India due to her inspiring and emotional poems written during the British Rule in Sub-Cotenant. Her most famous and emotional composition is “Jhansi ki Rani” which is the most recited and sung poem in Hindi literature. “Jallianwala Bagh Mien Vasant, Rakhi ki Chunauti and Vida” are Subhadra’s best poems which inspired and motivated the young generation of India to get participate in Indian Freedom Movement and she has written many poems for the children and short stories on the life of middle class like Hingwala.
|Full Name||Subhadra Kumari Chauhan|
|Date of Birth||16 August 1904|
|Date of Demise||15 February 1948|
|Birth Place||Nihalpur Village, Uttar Pradesh|
- Husband : Thakur Lakshaman Singh Chauhan
- Children :
- Sudha Chauhan
- Mamta Chauhan
- Vijay Chauhan
- Ajay Chauhan
- Ashok Chauhan
- Yeh Kadamb Ka Ped
- Seedhe Saade Chitra
- Mera Naya Bachpan
- Bikhare Moti
- Jhansi Ki Rani
- Subhadra Kumari was not only a poetess, she was also a freedom fighter.
- She got married at the age of 16 with Thakur Lakshman Singh Chauhan and have five children.
- She joined Mahatma Gandhi’s Non-Cooperation Movement with her Husband Chauhan in 1921 and also jailed twice due to her involvement in protests against the British.
- Her most famous poem is Jhansi Ki Rani and still include as a lesson in Hindi Literature .
- Subhadra was also a motivational story writer as she wrote many stories on the life of middle class.
- Subhadra Kkumari Chohan was also a member of Legislative Assembly of Central Province.
- She was died in a car accident in 1948, when she was on her way after attending the assembly session.
- A statue of Subhadra Kumari Chauhan is placed in Jabalpur by The Government of Madhya Pardesh.